THE BEST Sketches

Kevin James: Gone Fishin’

Kevin James: Gone Fishin’

“You want Earth? You can just take it.” After a fisherman is abducted by aliens, he explains to his captors how screwed up our planet is and how it’s not really worth their effort. Kevin James‘ short film offers a comedic but occasionally profound look at humans can be simultaneously the worst and the best things ever.

HoHos: The Big Turnaround

HoHos: The Big Turnaround

Ali Ali’s silly commercial envisions a world where Egyptian bakery company Edita is struggling to move its HoHos snack cakes, and how one clever employee comes up with a simple design change to send sales through the roof. We wonder what these could these guys do to sell more Twinkies.

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What Was I Going to Say?

What Was I Going to Say?

An ordinary guy loses his train of thought during a marketing meeting, then slips into a deep funk as he struggles to remember his point. Kevin James‘ and the Kinnane Brothers‘ short film does a great job turning an everyday occurence into something far more dramatic than it should be.

Lunch with Daniel Day-Lewis

Lunch with Daniel Day-Lewis

Kevin James’ Sound Guy character has been a favorite since he first came on the scene. In this clip the oblivious film crew member takes a little lunch break on the set of There Will Be Blood, and of course he has to share his milkshake with Daniel Day-Lewis. Bonus points for the Paul Thomas Anderson voice cameo.

Breaking Up

Breaking Up

A couple finds themselves having difficulty connecting while quarantined apart, as they struggle to figure out if it’s their relationship that’s falling apart, or just their internet connection. Dogfood’s sketch offers a humorous look at one of the many challenges of dating in today’s world.

Kevin James: CouchX

Kevin James: CouchX

We’ve all found ourselves glued to the couch and unable to get up without major effort. Comedian Kevin James imagines the process of emerging from couch potato mode as a major achievement on par with sending astronauts into space. 3… 2… 1… lift-off (the tab from your beer can.)

Out of Touch

Out of Touch

Two men find themselves at the wrong end of the long arm of the law. As they make a break for it into the woods, they question the decision that changed everything. Kevin James continues to prove his sketch comedy chops with perfect use of dramatic tension and a solid punchline. Filmed by the Kinnane Brothers.

They Died Peacefully

They Died Peacefully

There’s nothing funny about dying. But that didn’t stop Dogfood from making this seriously morbid comedy sketch that makes fun of people who try to find something positive to say when they found out a friend lost a loved one.

SNL: Grocery Store Ad

SNL: Grocery Store Ad

If there’s one universal experience we’ve all shared during the coronavirus lockdown, it’s that grocery stores can’t keep high demand and essential items in stock. This hilarious fake commercial from SNL invites customers to buy some of the items that they can count on being in stock.

The Universe App

The Universe App

Carl is having a bad week at work, so his buddy recommends a new app to install on his phone to help him meditate and relieve some of the tension. The punchline in Kevin James’ comedy short film literally made us spit out our coffee, though it did also remind us a bit of a recent Rick and Morty episode.

You Want Some Cake?

You Want Some Cake?

(PG-13: Language) Sometimes it’s nice to take home a little bit of leftover cake from a party so you can enjoy it the next day. But this absurdist comedy sketch from Aunty Donna’s “Haven’t You Done Well” proves the old adage that there can be too much of a good thing.

My Living Nightmare

My Living Nightmare

Kevin James continues to kill it with his YouTube channel, delivering sketch after sketch of hilarious and twisted comedy. In this clip, James plays a real estate agent who can’t help but shake an uncomfortable feeling after visiting a creepy old mansion… in his dreams.

You Got Something There

You Got Something There

You ever have a little food on your face and your friend points it out? Comedic actor Kevin James and his pal experience just that… and a little more, in this hilarious bit we spotted on his new YouTube channel. While you’re there, be sure to check out his Rocky and Star Wars sound guy sketches.

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Sketch Wallets

Sketch Wallets

Do you love to doodle? Now you can carry your sketchbook whenever you carry your cash and credit cards, thanks to Sketch Wallets. Available in a variety of sizes and textiles, each comes with a stubby #2B pencil and a refillable pad for drawing on the go.

Why Brits Get the Good Roles

Why Brits Get the Good Roles

(PG-13: Language) From Stringer Bell to Rick Grimes to Dr. House, so many American character roles are going to British actors (and the occasional Aussie) these days. Key & Peele’s hilarious sketch pokes fun at this Hollywood casting phenomenon, which we refer to as “Britwashing.”

A Jazz Guitarist at a Party

A Jazz Guitarist at a Party

“I meant like Wonderwall from Oasis you know.” Professional musician Lucas Brar pokes fun at how people ask him what his real job is, along with one of the more popular requests he hears from party guests. His interpretation of the track really brought a smile to our faces.

Guys with a YETI

Guys with a YETI

YETI coolers can really come in handy when you need to keep drinks and food cold in the outdoors. But You Betcha’s comedy sketch reminds us that the same can be achieved for much less money, and their products are more of a bro status symbol than anything else.

The World’s Worst Translator

The World’s Worst Translator

An amusing sketch from the Comedy Central series Alternatino in which its star Arturo Castro (Broad City, Narcos) plays a translator hired by a mob boss to help him conduct business. Unfortunately he’s not quite as skilled at his job as he should be, resulting in a very unfortunate outcome.

Batman Goes Indie

Batman Goes Indie

In the midst of a night out crime fighting, Batman gets the call he never expected. Wayne Enterprises is cutting their R&D division, and he must give up all his Bat-toys. The Warp Zone returns from a long hiatus with a hilarious sketch about what ensues for Bats.

Christian Bale Script Meeting

Christian Bale Script Meeting

(PG-13: Language) Actor Christian Bale is known for his almost insane level of dedication to his roles, especially his ability to lose and gain insane amounts of weight for some roles. In this sketch from Dogfood, Bale insists on messing with his diet, regardless of the part.

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Diamond Tracker

Diamond Tracker

(PG-13: Language) Diamonds are supposed to be a girl’s best friend, but we also know that they have no real value. Extremely Decent parodies Domino’s Pizza Tracker app to reveal exactly what sort of horrible stuff is going on when you order a diamond for your girlfriend.

Painting with Joan

Painting with Joan

(PG-13) It takes a moment to build, but Jack Henry Robbins‘ sketch eventually goes way off the rails, as Reno 911’s Kerry Kenney gets good and weird as a public television painting instructor. Want more retro craziness? Support the VHYes! project on Kickstarter.

Call Me

Call Me

A man is excited to score a girl’s phone number at a party, but he gets way more when he bargained for when he attempts to call to ask her out. An truly amusing parody of modern dating from the guys at Extremely Decent.

Magic Spoon

Magic Spoon

“It’s either summoning a cake… or charging a death beam.” Funnymaker TomSka presents a hilarious sketch about a man who discovers a spoon that possesses mysterious powers and shows it off to his friend – with some interesting results.

The Facebook Sad Story Guy

The Facebook Sad Story Guy

We all know someone like the sad clown in this twisted CollegeHumor sketch. You know, the dark soul who insists on only posting somber and heartbreaking stuff on their Facebook feed? Dude, they make anti-depressants for this sort of thing.

Graphite Portraits of Friends

Graphite Portraits of Friends

Thomas Cian is a Milan-based artist with a lot of great sketches to show but it’s these incredibly life-like graphite portraits that he’s done in his Friendsbook, a moleskine dedicated to drawing friends, that┬áreally show the depth of his talent.

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